Citizen oversight of financial action of Board of District Judges set to begin on Friday, August 10, at 12 noon, when they finally address County Auditor’s salary, budget

Conroe, July 21 – The Board of District Judges will finally have the long-awaited opportunity to make their financial mark on the Montgomery County government when they meet on Friday, August 10, 2018, at 12 noon, in the Overflow Courtroom (the old 410th) in the southeast corner of the Main Courthouse, Second Floor. The Board […]

“It’s Hammer Time” show to host discussion of Magnolia tax hike referendum, public education with conservative Republican leaders Cook, Russell

Montgomery County, July 20 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live/YouTube show will host conservative Republican leaders Ginger Russell and Kelli Cook at 12 noon today, Friday, July 20, 2018. The ever-animated Cook and Russell will discuss the August 14, 2018, Magnolia Independent School District tax hike referendum during the first half of the […]

Montgomery County’s Budget Office boondoggle: as the County Commissioners Court, District Judges point fingers at each other, taxpayers bear the cost

[Publisher’s hint: it’s the Commissioners Court’s fault, not the fault of the Board of District Judge.] Conroe, July 20 – The whole creation of a Budget Office in the Montgomery County government appears to be the latest scam to create a placeholder to continue to tax Montgomery County citizens. Events at the July 10, 2018, […]

For first time in 25 years, Montgomery County Republican Party announces “Victory 2018” campaign

For first time in 25 years, Montgomery County Republican Party announces “Victory 2018” campaign

Image: The Montgomery County Republican Party Steering Committee met for three hours on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, to nominate interested individuals to Party committees for consideration by the full County Executive Committee at its next meeting. From left to right, Brian Crumby, Party Secretary Rachel Bingham, Party Executive Vice Chairman Reagan Reed, Party Treasurer John […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court approves transfer of slacker employee Case to Building Maintenance Department where nepotism abounds

Conroe, July 19 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court unanimously approved the transfer of slacker employee Craig Case, the son of former Building Maintenance Director Paul Case, to the Building Maintenance Department at the Tuesday, July 10, 2018, Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Fortunately, thanks to an amendment by Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack to […]

Following the money trail reveals much of what GOP Chairman Wilkerson seeks to hide

Following the money trail reveals much of what GOP Chairman Wilkerson seeks to hide

Image: Rogue Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Wally Wilkerson (dark glasses on left), who is hiding the Party’s financial books and records, with Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport (left) who has disgraced herself. Conroe, July 19 – Following the money trail reveals a lot about what Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Wally Wilkerson seeks to […]

Toth’s good idea for a meeting to end Wilkerson’s polarization of the GOP ends up in a bizarre plan for a back-room, closed-door meeting

Toth’s good idea for a meeting to end Wilkerson’s polarization of the GOP ends up in a bizarre plan for a back-room, closed-door meeting

Image: Former Montgomery County Judge Alan B. Sadler, who served for 24 years until 2015, and his wife who is also a great community leader, Mimi Berkeley Sadler. Conroe, July 19 – Two days ago, former State Representative Steve Toth (R-The Woodlands), who is running as the Republican Nominee for the District 15 House seat in […]

GOP Chairman Wilkerson’s anger, confusion intensify, continuing his divisive warfare against County Republican officials

Conroe, July 18 – County GOP Chairman Wally Wilkerson, who opposes the Republican Party Platform and refuses to organize a General Election campaign for the County Republican Party, sent word yesterday to Montgomery County Republican Party Vice Chairman Reagan Reed that reveals Wilkerson remains deeply confused about his own beloved Bylaws to which he’s clinging […]

With the pro-government spending lobbying groups cheering them on, Doyal and his file brief in Court of Criminal Appeals asking to declare open meetings requirement unconstitutional

Conroe and Austin, July 18 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal filed his brief with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on July 6, 2018, and asked the highest criminal appellate court in Texas to declare the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) unconstitutional. Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc […]

Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Image: Craig Doyal, man of “privilege.” Austin and Conroe, July 18 – One sentence at the end of criminally-indicted Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s brief to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in the criminal case against him for allegedly conspiring to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) reveals the fundamental problem in Doyal’s […]

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